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This is a Vietnam War era U.S. Pilot's survival knife which is maker marked "Ontario" and dated November 1973. The knife and scabbard are both in excellent condition, however the sharpening stone is missing. U.K. Sales Only.
This is a WW2 era Ka-Bar fighting knife, used by the United States Marine Corps. This example is in very good condition and comes with it's dark brown leather scabbard which is maker marked "Boytt" and dated 1943. The scabbard is also marked "U.S.N." ( United States Navy ). U.K. Sales Only.
This is a bowie style fighting knfie which was one of the many civilian hunting knives donated to the army or brought by soldiers prior to the introuction of the M3 fighting knife. This example was produced by "Queen Cutlery" and comes with personalised leather scabbard which has the letters "PJQAA" scratched into it. The scabbard also appears to have a some type of unit mark. The retaining strap has torn and a of which is missing. U.K. Sales Only.
This is a good example of a M3 fighting knife produced by "Kinfolks Incorporated". The pommel is marked with the flaming bomb ordnance stamp. The M3 fighting knife was manufactured between 1943 to 1944, when it was superseded by the M4 bayonet in May 1944. The M4 was based on the M3 and designed to be used on the M1 carbine. However the M4 was not issued in large numbers during the European Theatre of Operations ( ETO). This exmaple comes with a M8 scabbard which is maker marked "BMCO". It also still has attached it's original leather leg tie. U.K. Sales Only
This is a good example of the M3 fighting knife produced by "Aerial Marinette". The pommel is marked with the flaming bomb ordnance proof stamp. The M3 fighting knife was manufactured between 1943 to 1944 when it was superseded in May 1944 by the M4 bayonet which was based on the M3 fighting knife and designed for use with the M1 carbine. However the M4 bayonet was not issued in large numbers during the European Theatre of Operations ( ETO ). This example comes with a M8 scabbard which is maker marked "BMCO". U.K. Sales Only.
This is a high quality reproduction U.S. M3 fighting knife with a reproduction leather M6 Scabbard which has been given a wartime maker's mark "WMCO" and dated 1943. U.K. Sales Only.
This is a late-war 3rd pattern Commando dagger, with a brass cross guard. The dagger is not maker marked. The scabbard is in excellent condition. U.K. Sales Only.
This is a post-war made 3rd pattern British Commando dagger which is dated 1968. The cross guard is also marked with the maker's name, however it is difficult to read clearly. The dagger is in very good condition. U.K. Sales Only.
This is a post-war Austrian fighting knife, which is also the same pattern used by the post-war German Army ( Bundeswehr ). The example is dated 1978 and is maker marked "Lock". U.K. Sales Only.
This is a good example of a WW2 era German fighting knife, which has the letter "W" on the ricasso, identifying the maker as "Gustav Wirth". The wooden handle has also been personalised with the letters "AF". The scabbard is in very good condition with all three finger clips are intact. U.K. Sales Only.
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